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Seizure First Aid Ready (On Demand) v2.0a

30 minutes
Available Now (On Demand)
Access from anywhere (Online) and Access Anytime (On Demand)
Certificate of Completion

In just 30 minutes you will be Seizure First Aid Ready!  

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The Seizure First Aid Ready course educates the public on the Epilepsy Foundation’s basic procedures for responding to someone having a seizure.

This course aims to increase knowledge in applying seizure first aid. This information is presented in an interactive eLearning format with animations, videos, and activities to help learners become seizure first aid ready. 

This course was designed for direct training of the public. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion.

Interested in becoming Seizure First Aid Certified? 

Please enroll in the  Seizure Recognition and First Aid Certification course if seeking a two-year certification in Seizure First Aid. Note: The Seizure First Aid  Ready course is shorter in length than the two-year Seizure Recognition and First Aid Certification course and does not go into the same level of detail.  


Participants will be able to meet the following learning objectives:
Recognize common seizures
Identify correct and incorrect steps for helping a person having a seizure
Identify when it would be necessary to call emergency personnel (911) in the event of a seizure
For technical support, please contact:
Online Course Support Team
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 800-332-1000
Business hours: 9am to 5pm EST
Monday to Friday (Excluding US holidays)
Who Can Take The Course?

Anyone can take the course to learn about seizure first aid basics.

The Seizure First Aid Ready course is designed for people who:

  • Want to learn the basics of seizure first aid
  • Have a job where you work with the public or work with someone who has seizures
  • Coach or lead groups
  • Work, play or live in areas or settings where seizures could occur
Are There Any Prerequisites To Take The Course?
There are no prerequisites to take the course.
What Materials Or Equipment Do I Need To Take The Online Course?
You need access to a computer or device (smart phone, tablet, etc.) with reliable, high-speed internet. The browser must support JavaScript.
How Long Does It Take To Complete The Course Online?
Time to complete the course varies by each user. The course includes a pre-assessment, interactive modules, and post-assessment. These modules must be taken in order. The pre-assessment must be completed before gaining access to the interactive modules. The modules take around 30 minutes to complete. The modules and course evaluation must be completed to successfully complete this training and receive a certificate of completion.
Are Continuing Education Units Available?
Not at this time, please check back later.
How Do I Get Credit For Taking The Course?
Upon completing the course, you must complete the online modules and evaluation to receive a certificate of completion.
How Long Is The Post-Assessment?
The post-assessment consists of a few questions to assess your confidence in applying seizure first aid.
Accommodation Requests

The Epilepsy Foundation is committed to providing resources that are accessible to people of all abilities. For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact the Epilepsy Learning Portal Support Team Team: [email protected]. Requests should be made as soon as possible but at least two weeks prior to the scheduled meeting. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

The Seizure First Aid Ready course is sponsored by SK Life Science, Inc. The Epilepsy Foundation is solely responsible for its content.
Anti-Discrimination Statement

The Epilepsy Foundation is committed to providing equal opportunities for all persons and does not discriminate or retaliate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, disability, citizenship or legal immigration status, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state and local laws (“protected status”). The following individuals have been designated to receive inquiries or complaints regarding the Foundation’s anti-discrimination policy:

Employees contact:
Name: Danielle Solomon
Title: Vice President, Human Resources
e-mail: [email protected]

Students, prospective students and third parties contact:
Name: LaQueisa Haynes-Smith
Title: Director, Training & Education
e-mail: [email protected]

Additional FAQ's

You can find additional FAQ's about this learning portal on the Frequently Asked Questions page